** Free Math Games** is a free website for learning and practicing math for children from 4 to 14. It has a complete set of free math lessons, fun math games and quick math tests to use with 2000+ topics. Choose an option to get learning and have some fun.

GAME

GRADE

TOPIC

PLAYER

SCORE

5th grade

Divide 1-digit into 2-digit numbers

Taylor swift

186

4th grade

Number bonding to 100

parks

706

4th grade

Words to decimal numbers

koleton farmer is da goa

51.06

😎🤓

5th grade

Describe the translation: right and up

Dave

890

4th grade

Number bonding to 100

hi bob ross

1340

4th grade

Words to decimal numbers

anonymousChil

35.52

🥶🤯

4th grade

Number bonding to 200

anonymous

622

🥈

7th grade

Calculate surface area of cubes

TomTTL

75.72

🚫⛔️⚠️

4th grade

Words to decimal numbers

hiiiioiiiiiii

145

😆😆😆

4th grade

Words to decimal numbers

hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

1248

Use our free games, lessons and tests to learn or revise your math and have fun at the same time! Each topic at free-math.games comes with 3 simple lessons to introduce you to the ideas involved. There are 11 math games you can play with any topic. Once you've played some games, take the 2 tests to confirm you've really understood the topic. All the activities are free to use and work on mobile, tablet and desktop.

The topics are divided into 3 levels, Preschool, Elementary and Secondary. Each level is divided into top tier categories of math subjects. ** Free Math Games** is designed to make learning and practicing math both real fun and really productive!

(ages 4 to 6)

The Kindergarten section of ** Free Math Games** covers 2 levels of your child's learning: Pre-K and Kindergarten. Our 50+ Pre-K topics are designed for preschool children aged between 4 and 5. The Kindergarten topics are suitable for children aged between 5 and 6.

These 2 levels are packed with introductory math topics suitable for children starting out on their math adventure. In Pre-K we cover all the categories of introductory math you would expect such as colors, shapes, size, position, etc. with some simple addition and subtraction.

In the Kindergarten section the math becomes a little more rigorous with emphasis on counting and comparing numbers, more advanced addition and subtraction, and some very basic multiplication and division topics. There are over 125 topics in the Kindergarten year.

The elementary section of free-math.games is full of math topics suitable for children aged between 6 and 11 who attend elementary school or are home-schooled.

We have endeavored to cover the broad consensus on a suitable curriculum for math for first grade through fifth grade using the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics as our guide.

The categories of math include addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, fractions and measurement, etc. etc. There are also basic topics related to statistics and algebra. There are over 1300 topics in total in 12 different categories in the elementary section of free-math.games.

The secondary section of free-math.games is available for children aged between 12 and 14.

We have endeavored to cover the curriculum for Mathematics as taught in the majority of US secondary schools for this age range. The topics are ordered into 5 top level categories, with multiple sub-categories in each. The top level categories are Number, Algebra, Ratio proportion rate, Geometry and measures, Probability and Statistics.

The sub-categories of math for Algebra for instance include Algebraic notation, Forming expressions, Solving equations, Functions, Graphs, etc., etc. There are over 350 topics in total in the secondary section of free-math.games.

As a pupil, you can use ** Free Math Games** to learn new math but more likely as a revision or practice aid. The math topics you will be studying at

Once you have selected your level you need to select a topic to practice or study. Each topic is between 4 and 20 math question + answer pairs. Questions can be in the form of equations, sentences, images, lists, etc. Answers can be numbers, equations, words, or series.

There are 3 different types of activities for you to use: lessons, games and tests. The lesson section introduces you to a subsection of the questions in the topic using 3 activities to familiarize you with the subject matter. Use the games to practice and enhance your understanding of the topic. Having tried a few games, try the tests to confirm you've got that topic down good and are ready for the next one...

Preschool math | Elementary math | Secondary math

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